and that's all they did...24/7/365... I remember the first video broadcast "Video Killed the Radio..."
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I miss the old MTV! This new crap on there is awful. I would pay extra money if they would play reruns of old MTV broadcasts from the 80s and 90s! Someone should create an MTV rewind channel or something!
MTV actually used to play music videos all day long back in the day. You youngins have no idea about that, lol. Those were the days! #IWantMyMTV
Now you have access to every music video ever made... Better than MTV playing 'Thriller' over and over
TRL, music videos every morning before 9 and every night after 11, spring break live...ah, yes, those were the days
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Kids these days don't know what the "M" actually means.
MTV was new, they played music videos 24 hours a day!
What a concept - Music television playing music.
MTV played music
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Aug. 1, 1981, MTV went on the air thus changing how we listen and watch music in the ’80s and beyond. Who could forget the original VJs Alan, Adam, Nina, Mark, J.J., Downtown Julie Brown, and of course Kurt Loder. click on the link and watch the MTV launch Sat 12:01 am 1st August 1981!
MTV VJs Mark Goodman, Nina Blackwood, Alan Hunter, Martha Quinn and JJ Jackson. MTV launched on August 1, 1981
The original MTV VJs: Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman (top), Alan Hunter, Martha Quinn and J.J. Jackson.
Original MTV VeeJays Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter and Martha Quinn & JJ Jackson - when MTV played awesome music videos all day long.
MTV Turns 30. Article in Rolling Stone. MTV VJs Mark Goodman, Nina Blackwood, Alan Hunter, Martha Quinn and JJ Jackson
The original MTV VJs: Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman (top), Alan Hunter, Martha Quinn and J.J. Jackson. My very young daughter at the time, and I would sit together in a rocking chair and watch for hours.....such sweet memories :)
Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Martha Quinn, JJ Jackson & Alan Hunter - original MTV VJ's
When MTV came on the air in 1981, it introduced us not only to a new art form - the music video - but a new kind of TV personality: the VJ. From introducing videos (the VJs' original role) to hosting programs and reporting the news, the music channel's talking heads have entertained and informed us for three decades. Celebrate MTV's 30th birthday by seeing where your favorites ended up ... The original MTV VJs: Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman (top), Alan Hunter, Martha Quinn and J.J. Jackson.
Original Mtv vj's Mark Goodman, J.J. Jackson, Martha Quin, Alan Hunter, Nina Blackwood.
Aaah, I had this tape! I'd sit by my radio for hours waiting for a song to come on so I could hit "Play Record".
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I remember thinking these cassette tapes were so cool looking. For awhile, they were the only kind I would use for my "mix tapes". I was a bit of a strange one....
Here's one for the kids of the 80s.... Remember making mix tapes on 90min Memorex cassettes? Did you have a double taper boombox? I did! gms
I was definitely on the tail end of the cassette tape generation, but I remember recording songs from the radio to make mix tapes
Mixtapes! -OMG I used to get these in the bulk. I had a whole collection of these mixed tapes.
Memorex cassette tapes, 80s and 90s mix tapes. These were considered the coolest.
Miss the mixed tapes. I remember spending hours taping songs off of the radio.
80s music, do you remember these tapes? I do :) I made so many mixed tapes.
Mixed tapes with songs from the radio - CLASSIC childhood memories:)
I had a walkman all the way through college! I loved the fact that I could take my music with me! Then IPODS came out and I had to put my Walkman to rest.
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It was considered the ultimate symbol of "hep" to jog wearing these. Childhood Memories. #KidsBerryIN Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KidsberryIN
Sony Walkman - remember when we had to "fast forward" and "rewind" and "flip the tape over"? The 80's Ipod
Sony Walkman: a golden oldy but one of a kind. This was our ipod. At least that's what I tell my kids :-)
You were a kid in the 90s if... getting the original walkman was one of the best days of your life. Oh how I remember that...
You were a kid in the 90s if... getting the original walkman was one of the best days of your life. I totally remember getting one passed down from my Papa with a Phantom of the Opera cassette in it!!! ❤️
Sony Walkman yup these were boss in the 80s and early 90s
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only 90s kids remember this
Sony walkman From the 80 s
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My mom was on a lifetime kick. My father hated this show lol I am laughing just thinking about it. "IT SCARES ME"
Unsolved Mysteries. I still remember the one show, it was about bigfoot, and it scared the crap out of me.
Hosted by Robert Stack.....creepy music....I was soooooo scared of this show. I can't even think about the music or I get freaked out completely
Unsolved Mysteries. My sister and I used to watch this with our dad and we would get so scared.
Unsolved Mysteries. Scared the crap out of me and still does to this day! Yet I love watching.
I used to scare myself by watching this when I was babysitting & the kids were in bed.
Omg I used to watch this as a kid and it would always scare me!! Mom look!
Unsolved Mysteries. Watched with my grandpa lol scared to go to sleep
Unsolved Mysteries. Loved this show
I Want My MTV. Back when it was worth watching!
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MTV 1980s logo. Back when they played music videos instead of a bunch of reality shows. They've taken the M (Music) out of MTV. Should rename it RTV (Reality T.V.). ~j
The first song I saw on MTV was Chris Isack's Wicked Games. MTV used to play music videos 24/7. Seriously. It was awesome then.WOW, I remember the first song they played on this station.. ok feeling old now.
MTV used to play music videos 24/7. Seriously. It was awesome then.WOW, I remember the first song they played on this station.. ok feeling old now.
The birth of MTV - 08/01/1981 Remember when they used to play music videos? Yep, back when it was good.
Remember when MTV played music videos? not just reality tv and shows about teen pregnancy?
MTV used to play music videos 24/7. I remember watching the very first video they aired.
The birth of MTV - 08/01/1981 Remember when they used to play music videos?
MTV when they played music videos ...i remember when it 1st came on!!!
1980's MTV- when they actually played music videos... remember that??
Ah, the ’80s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos. | 41 Gifs That Perfectly Capture Why The '80s Were Totally Rad
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Ah, the #1980s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos. | 41 Gifs That Perfectly Capture Why The '80s Were Totally Rad
#Music #80sMusic #PopMusic brought to you by williamotoole.com/RobHollis1 Ah, the ’80s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos. | 41 Gifs That Perfectly Capture Why The '80s Were Totally Rad
The TV station, MTV, was first started in 1981 as a way to show music videos. The original demographic was young adults but now the typical person who watches MTV is in their teens.
Ah, the ’80s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos. | 41 GIFs That Prove The '80s Was The Best Decade
Ah, the ’80s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos. I wasn't allowed to watch it. How mild it was compared to the trash on it today
Ah, the ’80s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos. | miss the VJs and real videos.
I want my #MTV. #1980s #Childhood #Memories! MTV was so awesome back then.
Ah, the ’80s. A time when MTV actually showed music videos all day long
When MTV Was cool to watch. When it was an actual MUSIC video station!
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On 8.1.1981 MTV began broadcasting! More specifically, "Video killed the radio star." Remember WHEN they played Music almost all the time? From fb by Growing Old on the Internet, who shared Steve Hammond's photo.
Thats what I love about these childhood memories, I get older...and they stay the same age (35 Photos)
On August 1, 1981, at 12:01 a.m., MTV launched with The Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Few people know the second video shown, however, which was Pat Benatar’s “You Better Run.”
On August 1, 1981, at 12:01 a.m., MTV launched with the words "Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll,"Those words were immediately followed by the original MTV theme song with the flag featuring MTV's logo changing various colors. The first music video shown on MTV was The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star.
MTv: I was there on day one. They showed music videos. ONLY music videos. video killed the radio star.
The original purpose of MTV was to be "Music Television," playing music videos 24 hours a day
When MTV actually played music videos, that'z what everyone one sayz and they never listen...
I was in middle school when a new all-music channel was launched. They said we had short attention spans before...Music videos were an up-and-coming artistic outlet. It was like radio for the eyes, playing music videos and station identification, rarely advertisements. Our favorite groups were on any time of day or night. I saw the first video ever played on Mtv, "Video Killed the Radio Star" by the Buggles. My favorite all-time videos were "She's a Beauty" and "The Warrior". Drove our mom nuts.
MTV played music videos 24/7 when I was a kid in the 80s!
45 rpm records
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45 records - my mother still has the little red record player that I would spend HOURS listening to stories and songs.
2/1/1949 - RCA Records issued the first ever 45rpm single, the invention of this size record made jukeboxes possible. (thisdayinmusic.com)
I remember sitting in my room as a child listening to 45's over and over and over again. And when my mom unearthed 45's from the 50's, I was over the moon! Loved having my own record player!
The 7″ 45 rpm record was introduced in 1949 by RCA as a replacement for the 78 rpm shellac discs.
45 rpm records, also had 76 and 33 rpm. The 45 used a plastic adapter to fit the record player.
45 rpm records - And remember the little yellow thingy you had to put in the middle to play it?
45 RPM records :) Still have a box full of these an a crate or so of the LP's !!
45 rpm records Wish I still had mine and the record player! Fabulous!
45 rpm vinyl record.
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This OMG I am such a nerd because basically my two of my favorite things combined *hyper ventilating fan girl squeals*
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The One Ring of Music Theory by JRR Tolkien (I wish this were real, it would certainly be make it more interesting)
Coolest Circle of Fifths! "Music theory would be much more interesting if it was written by J.R. R. Tolkien."
If music theory curriculum had been written by Tolkien. // This might actually help me finally remember the Circle of Fifths. My piano teacher will be floored.
LOTR Circles of Fifths. Okay this is hilarious. If only this were how musical theory was actually taught!
Another great mash-up for music theory geeks and FF geeks. Unfortunately, I'm fairly certain that troubadours never used the circle of fifths.
Learn the Circle of Fifths--the JRR Tolkien way. Haha, music humor. :) THIS IS SO PERFECT FOR ME! Hahaha
Music theory as we imagine it would be rewritten by Tolkien. **** circle of fifths!
Learn the Circle of Fifths--the JRR Tolkien way. Haha, music humor.
J.R.R. Tolkien makes musictheory easier
You Cant Do That on Television!
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Not many people remember this show. I used to watch it after school all the time...ahhh Canadian TV!
you cant do that on television -when kids knew what saying "I don't know" and "water" could bring down upon their heads!
I remember this from the "Before Time"--before we moved and my parents said cable was bad. They were right. Once again.
you cant do that on television..this was a lame show from my childhood. Lots of wasted hours I will never get back...
Best show on TV back in the mid 80s, at least until The Young Ones came along and blew our minds!
you cant do that on television, the first show I can remember being FORBIDDEN to watch! Lol
original nick shows- I make reference to this almost every week! Great tv right here....
You Can't Do That on Television. Holy cow!! Best Canadian kids show ever!!
You can't Do that on Television. Now, I miss 80s TV...
I want my MTV..
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Manhattan Design - MTV was awesome when it first started filling our airwaves with music videos! Not so much anymore, sadly...
MTV brought music to cable. It was almost a constant stream of music videos which promoted the idea of image and materialism to teens.
80s MTV - When it was about the music: worked as an intern in 1985 and then as a "researcher" in 1986. Researcher meant I called random teens at night, played music for them, and asked them to rate it! Great gig!
launched at 12:01 a.m. August 1, 1981, ushered in by John Lack (then the Executive Vice President of Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment) saying, “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll.” And so it began. Prior to 1981, MTV didn’t exist. Prior to 1981, we didn’t have 24-7 access to MTV, its music videos and VJs. However, the MTV of the 80s was nothing like the MTV we see today. Did MTV of the 80s have “The Real Word?” Heck no. But it did have tons of music videos, awesome VJs and music news unavailable anywhere else.
MTV (1981) _ Manhattan Design, Pat Gorman, Frank Olinsky and Patti Rogoff
...MTV actually played music! 80s MTV - When it was about the music
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MTV. Remember when they played music videos? (I "introduced" Paula Abdul the first time she made the Top 20 Countdown! Remember 1-800-DIAL-MTV?)
i want my mtv - It was so different then/when they played music videos all day long. I remember anticipating the new 'music channel' on cable. Saw the 1st day - all day - loved it!
Remember when MTV played music videos 24 hours a day? I told my son this yesterday and he didn't believe me.
Remember the good old days when MTV actually played music videos? They should rename it EMPTY-V!
Iconic 80s Back when MTV actually played music videos................................
Remember when MTV played music videos 24 hours a day? What the hell happened?!?!
Remember when MTV played music videos 24 hours a day? That's now called VEVO.
Iconic 80s. When MTV played music video's
45 RPM records with a stacker...
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I remember.. this was our playlist. Used to ride our stingray bikes to the record shop and use money from "the change jar" to buy 45s. Usually just 1 or 2 at a time was all we could afford.
45 rpm records 'stacked' waiting their turn to play via the Auto Changer. #music #recordplayer #records #vinyl #turntable #audio http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/for-the-record/
Collectible 45 records.// We loved our 45's and record players. I remember these records- especially hula songs.
45's record player. Love the note about playlists : ) Wasn't that the truth! Trouble was we had to listen to a bunch of stuff we didn't like to get to the stuff we did!
Collectible 45 records.// We loved our 45's and record players. My sister still has all of hers. Pat Schwab
45 RPM records with a stacker = big time! I've still got a slew of 45 records and a record player to play them on.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane, 70′s style.
childhood memories - Stacking records
Good ol 45 s
Blame it on the stars, that shine at night....
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Milli Vanilli - So what if they didn't sing it themselves... they were pretty good eye candy! I still loved the song too :)
Milli Vanilli - Blame It On The Rain (Super Club Mix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuvtFZDK5IY
Milli Vanilli ......OMG I loved them! haha even though they didn't even sing their own songs!
Milli Vanilli - Blame It on the Rain [Official Music Video] https://wp.me/p4nJGM-maE
Milli Vanilli #Music - Went to this concert that really wasn't LOL @ Poplar Creek
Milli Vanilli lol you know u loved the song blame it on the rain. yeah yeah
Milli Vanilli blame it on the rain love this song when I was little
Milli Vanilli..lip synching their way thru the 80s.
Shakira Shakira back-in-the-day
Used to record music off the radio!
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This was one of my FAVORITE things as a kid, next to my Easy Bake Oven. I still have some of the tapes with hours of recordings of me doing stupid stuff. This was hi-tech back in the day. ~Anna cassette tape recorder
Cassette tape recorder. As kids we held this up to the radio speaker to try to record our newest favorite song.
cassette tape recorder. I remember when these came out and all the kids got so excited to get one.
cassette tape recorder I got my first cassette recorder for my 12th birthday, oh I loved it
cassette tape recorder we taped uncle Kenny bitching on one of these it was so funny
Cassette Tape Recorder - would tape songs from the radio!
cassette tape recorder - our version of high tech as kids
cassett player and recorder
~ Childhood Memories
Hawaii Five-O - that's the original version from the 60s and 70s with Jack Lord, not to be confused with the rubbish remake (why have they even bothered! :() Jack Lord was inimitable and the theme music and opening titles are classic and unforgettable. Sigh.
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Reminds me of Pamps ♥Childhood Memory Keeper: Retro Pop Culture from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s: Hawaii Five-O
Hawaii Five-O - The original series was an action-packed crime series lasting 12 years and recently re-made with current day high-tech gadgets and modern cast. ("Book 'em, Danno")
Hawaii Five-O - that's the original version from the 60s and 70s with Jack Lord. Jack Lord was inimitable and the theme music and opening titles are classic and unforgettable. "book 'em Dan-O."
The original Hawaii Five-O. I always knew when my parents were watching this by the amazing theme
Hawaii Five-O. "Book 'em, Dan-o." Nothing cooler than the original. Sorry, kids.
Here's Tammy's theme song. July21/12.
The original Hawaii Five-O.
Classic TV: Hawaii 50
Hawaii five -o